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Courtesy post for Furever Dachshund Rescue

Julian is a very special 6 year old, 28 pound, long haired, red Doxie. He is neutered, housebroken and crate trained. He's not very fond of cats or very young children, and likes to pick his own doggie friends.  But why is he so special? Well he loves his people so much that he suffers severe separation anxiety when they leave him.

Julian's foster Mom helped him write this bio so you could learn more about him:

My name is Julian but my former owners called me Macca. When I came into rescue I had severe anxiety issues and so my foster mom thought that changing my name would help with my training by giving me a clean slate.
I am a very inquisitive boy who enjoys mischief, especially kitchen garbage cans. I can keep myself busy for hours playing with toys and pushing my food bowls around the linoleum floor. I often like to do funny tricks to get your attention. Sometimes I like to ignore you and let you do the funny tricks to get my attention; this is particularly fun! My foster mommy says I do lots of funny things on video but I never get caught.

I really need a lot of stimulation to keep my mind busy and I would prefer to have a family that will take me everywhere they go. I really like to travel in the car and I get upset when my foster mom leaves me at home. Some of my anxiety issues are due to lack of mental stimulation so training is a great thing for me. I also need plenty of physical activity to help tire me out or I get bored and that’s when I enjoy the garbage can and tearing up my stuffed toys.

I am a big happy boy, so small kids might get knocked over easily so a home without children might be best. I do not like cats. A only-dog home would be best, unless you are doxie-savy & I can meet-n-greet potential fursiblings first.

I have been in a foster home for a long time and I would really like a furever home!

If you are interested in adopting Julian please visit his personal profile page or email her foster Mom Katie at for more information.
Learn more about the Dachshund breed or 
view the remaining adoptable dogs on this site.



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